From Subterranean Press:
Robert McCammon’s Freedom of the Mask page is burgeoning with features. In addition to the standard description, there’s a interview with the author, an excerpt from the novel, and now, a cutting from the starred review the novel just received from Publishers Weekly:
McCammon’s rousing sixth yarn featuring Matthew Corbett (after 2014’s The River of Souls) transports the early 18th-century American problem solver across the Atlantic to London, where he’s clapped into hellish Newgate Prison on murder charges. Matthew quickly becomes embroiled in mysteries involving fellow inmate Daniel Defoe; a gin-running street gang, the Black-Eyed Broodies; a kidnapped Italian opera singer; and a masked avenger named Albion, whose exploits are sensationalized (along with Matthew’s) in a penny dreadful broadsheet, the Pin…
The full review can be read on the Publishers Weekly website.
Freedom of the Mask will also be available in ebook formats in the U.S.
Audible will release an audiobook edition—again narrated by Edoardo Ballerini—in May, too.